TECHNICAL-VOCATION LIVELIHOOD TRACK STRANDS
HOME ECONOMICS (TVL-HE)
TVL-HE is designed to develop students’ skills useful for livelihood projects at home. It provides a curriculum that is a combination of core courses required for all SHS strands and specialized hands-on courses that meet the standard hour requirement and competency-based assessment of TESDA. Students in this strand undergo TESDA assessment for National Certifications (NCs) that increase their employability after graduation from SHS. They can also take degree courses in college especially those which are related to business, entrepreneurship, culinary arts, hospitality and tourism management, nutrition, food technology, food management, fashion management, and interior design.
TVL-HE offers three specializations: Bread and Pastry Production, Food and Beverages Service, and Housekeeping.
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
TVL-ICT is designed for computer-savvy students. In this strand, students also take the core courses and the specialized hands-on courses where they will be trained to utilize information and communication tools. The program develops students’ ICT skills and competencies which are advantageous for jobs in technology-revolutionized industries and institutions. After completing this strand, students can still take degree courses in higher education especially those related to web design, data management, communication, radio and television technology, graphic design, computer programming, animation, online business, IT sales, computer engineering, information technology, and software and network engineering.
TVL-ICT offers two specializations: Animation and Computer Programming
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Assoc. Prof. Imelda A. Dakis, M.D.
Asst. Prof. Ryan Francis O. Cayubit, PhD, RPsy, RPm
Chona C. Batongbakal
Janet M. Tabanera
Athena Maria Lourdes S. Operaña
Angelica Isabel R. Zaragoza, RPm
Roseanne J. Pingol
Sarah Joy M. Anteola
Jennilyn Mae N. Libed
Jasper Adrian A. Balisi, RPm
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